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ERIC Number: ED126964
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1976
Pages: 60
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A Guide to the Development of Non-traditional Instruction at Los Angeles City College.
Schellkopf, John; And Others
This document contains three reports. The first, "What Is Mediated Instruction?," discusses programs of media services--their goals, how they operate, and their functions, and describes the Learning Resources Center at Los Angeles City College (LACC), which emphasizes self-paced individualized instruction and which utilizes a new computerized media delivery system. The second report, "Media Production," discusses the benefits of using instructional media, describes how LACC instructors can get involved in media production, lists typical funding sources for such involvement, and describes in detail effective procedures to be used in producing and evaluating various kinds of instructional media. The final report, "Cognitive Style Mapping," describes the systems approach to education developed by Joseph E. Hill of Oakland Community College (Michigan). Cognitive style mapping is a tool designed to assist the student, instructor, and administrator in determining what method of learning will mean success to both student and instructor. (DC)
Publication Type: Guides - General
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Authoring Institution: Los Angeles City Coll., CA.